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new mexico. >> you are going up to a hostile environment. >> reporter: do you think you're ready for that? >> i know mi ready for that. because i have been trained the last five years. >> reporter: baumgartner a 43-year-old austrian and elite skydiver will rise before day break in a capsule lifted by a helium balloon 55 stories tall. the ascent will take three hours. temperatures will fall as low as minus 70 degrees. when he jumps baumgartner wearing a pressurized suit will be in freefall for five minute, top speed could hit 700 miles per hour and with become the first human in freefall to break the speed of sound. >> nobody can tell me what happens to the human body in freefall flying at supersonic speed so even if we have been testing a lot and rehearse, the last couple of years, we are not going to know the answer until we do it for real. >> i'm the only person in the world that knows what he is going through within jose kittinger held the sky die record since 1960 when the air force captain jumped from 102,000 feet, that's 19 miles up. kittinger, now 84, is helping train baum
's border with mexico was the victim of friendly fire. agent nicholas ivie opened fire on fellow agents thinking they were armed smugglers. they returned fire killing ivie. the two set of agents were investigating a border sensor. they knew other agents were heading to the area but didn't know where they were. >>> the pharmacy linked to the meningitis outbreak has recalled all its products. patients in nine states have come down with a rare form of fungal meningitis after receiving a tainted steroid shot. there are 91 confirmed cases and seven patients have died. the steroid is used to treat back inflammation and pain. cbs money watch time. california drivers get a break from high gas prices and a warning from lawmakers about two chinese tech firms. ashley morrison here in new york with more on that. >> reporter: relief may be days away for california drivers suffering through the highest gasoline prices in the nation. the average price of a gallon of regular is $4.66. the surge is blamed on refinery and pipeline problems. prices are expected to come down soon since governor jerry brown
mexico at sunrise. he will ride a 55 story helium balloon to the edge of space, and then jump from 23 miles high. he expects to break the sound barrier before he activates his parachute at about 5,000 feet above the new mexico desert. >>> hopefully the weather will cooperate for him and if you like warm weather than we've got the forecast for you. it's heating up again. >> and we had a jump today. we jumped a food ten degrees in comparison to yesterday when we had plenty of cloud cover and cool conditions and even isolated showers. hi everybody. let's take a look at today's high temperatures across the bay area from the low 60s in pacifica through the beaches. 78 degrees in san francisco. that's spot-on for this time of the year. low 70s in san jose down from the average high of 77. and we were in the mid 70s in santa rosa average high about four degrees off the mark. 76 in livermore. this is the scene on your saturday evening. and the city by the way. where currently it is 62 degrees. temps still into the 60s and 70s pretty much across the board tonight we'll bottom out into the 40s
above new mexico he became a human missile. felix baumgartner was able to reach such great heights thanks to that helium balloon. in order for a safe liftoff winds could be no more than 3 miles per hour. on his way up, felix baumgartner's breath fogged up his helmet and he complained the the air inside his viesor was not warm enough. the problem was never fixed. >> could see a little bit of frost and for about 30 minutes it looked like we might have to abort the mission. >> reporter: the crew decided the jump was safe. the free fall is the highest known to man but not the longest. it lasted four minutes and 20 seconds. 16 seconds shorter than joe kitinger's record set more than half a century ago. he helped train felix baumgartner and was there from liftoff to landing. >> talk about the right stuff. felix baumgartner's feat came on the 62nd anniversary when chuck yeager first broke the sound barrier. yeager is now 89 years old. flight yesterday flying in the back seat of a fighter. he broke the speed barrier back in 1947. >>> from super sonic travel to a slow speed voyage. coming u
expands this morning. it's out of new mexico and first recalled it's peanut butter because of an outbreak of salmonella poisoning. now they're adding raw and roasted peanuts to the list. the products are sold at trader joes. gas prices in california are still high but they are coming down by a few cents. here's a look at the current average for a gallon of regular in the bay area. 459 in san jose, 460 in oakland and the highest is in san francisco. these prices are as much as 11 cents less than a week ago t. find the cheapest gas prices in your area check out pump patrol on our website best story of the day. a man's plunge lands him in the record books. l he goes. he took off in a hot air balloon yesterday in new mexico. he went up 24 miles but there was a little trouble. he went into a potentially cat of thetic flat spin but did regain control. he was the first man to break sound barrier and said the experience was humbling. >> i never anticipated it would be so tough. sometimes you have to go up really high to understand how small you are. >> the free fall took less than ten minutes fro
this afternoon was successful in the eyes over new mexico. cbs reporter bigad shaban shows us the glitches that almost derailed the sun from the earth's stratosphere. >> reporter: this is what it looks like to break the speed of sound. cameras went along for the ride as felix baumgartner from austria sky dived from the edge of space. 24 miles above new mexico. >> when i was standing there, on top of the world, you become so humble. you do not think about breaking records anymore. you want to come back alive. >> reporter: baumgartner wore a specialized space suit and absolutelied before jumping -- saluted before jumping from a pressurized capsule. within seconds he was flying at speeds over 833 miles per hour. and the times seemed to spin out of control. >> that spin became so violent, over all excess -- it was hard to know how to get out of that spin. >> reporter: baumgartner was able to reach such great heights thanks to the 55 story helium balloon. in order for a safe liftoff winds could be no more than 3 miles per hour. on hi wise up he -- his way up his breath fogged up his helmet. the
off in a hot air ballon yesterday in new mexico. he went up 24- miles for the jump. there was trouble: he went into a potentially catastrophic flat spin... be did regain control. baumgarr is the first man to break te sound barrier. he says the experience was humbling. "(sot) (felix from presser)i never anticipated it to be o tough.. sometimes you have o up really high to understanw small you are." the free-fall took less than minutes. fearless felix reached speeds up to 800 miles-per- >>> sometimes you have to go up really high to see how small you are. >> felix baumgartner reached speeds over 800 miles an hour in that free fall. >> i think everyone's breath was held during that spin. >> this daring stunt left a man centimeters from death. take a look at this. a parachute failed to release properly and he escaped with only a broken leg after landing on a tree. >> what's wrong with just watching the giants and staying home? >> that's right, two feet on the ground. >>> let's go outside. if you're about to start the morning drive, this is what you can expect, a lot of fog. i can see it c
news." >> jeff: and good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. in the sky over new mexico today a man jumped from 24 miles up and broke the sound barrier on the way down. a first. felix baumgartner broke that barrier by more than 100 miles an hour. then landed with ease. with details here's mark strassmann. >> felix baumgartner climbed into the strat sphere more than 24 miles above new mention dekort. he was about to become a human missile and plunge farther and faster in freefall than anyone in history. >> everything is in the green, doing great. >> reporter: his ascent had lasted two and a half hours. in a capsule hoisted by a 55 story helium balloon rising 1,000 feet a minute. the only hitch, baumgartner's viser fogged up when his helmet's heater stopped working. >> this is getting serious, joe. >> i do not think i have safe heating. >> reporter: joe kittinger in mission control was the voice in baumgartner's here. >> there it is, there is the world out there. >> reporter: in 1960 kittinger then an air force captain set the freefall record with a dive from 102,000 feet. he spent fo
out of new mexico first recalled its preponderance because of an outbreak of salmonella poisoning. now the company is adding raw and roasted peanut to the recall list. products are sold at trader joe's. 35 cases of illness have been reported across 19 states. >>> the bay area went 0 for the weekend, giants, niners and raiders. >> oh my. talk about a diving grab, it's our play of the day but did it count? ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is a business morning already. we are just getting reports of an accident on the upper deck before the tun. >>> thank you. tough football weekend, niners and nineties in what was the premier game of the nfl yesterday. >> this was not close, new york wins in a romp. 49ers up 3-0 in the second when manning hits cruz in the end zone, giving the giants the lead for good. niners couldn't get anything going final score not read, niners host seattle on thursday. raiders on the road at the falcons, leading at the half then fourth quarter, palmer what are you doing? sam yell heads the other way 70- plus yarr for the touchdown. >>> not every day but brandon lloyd
this week about five miles north of the mexico arizona border. agent nicholas ivie and two other patrol officers were fired upon after responding to a tripped fence. one officer was treated and released, the other not hurt. >>> stock prices are rising and retailers are reporting mixed results on september sales. overall, sales were up 3.9%. let's take a look right now at the dow. it's up about 85 points. >>> well, the operator of a troubled nuclear plant wants to restart one of its reactors. southern california edison has conducted months of inspections at the san onofre plant between los angeles and san diego. the utility says unit 2 can run at 70% power without causing dangerous vibrations in tubes that carry radioactive water. the nuclear regulatory commission will review the proposal. >>> the government now warning doctors and hospitals not to use any product from the pharmacy that made the steroid suspected in a meningitis outbreak. five people have died, 30 people in six states are ill. we explain all received steroid shots for back pain. >> reporter: sue manor is waiting to see i
. snow showers are likely for much of colorado. warm from southwest oregon to southern new mexico. in sports this morning the arizona cardinals look to go 5-0 for the first time since 1974. the cards back in their old town to face the rams. first part of the game, bradford, a touchdown. bradford goes deep to givens for a 52-yard strike. the rams win 17-3 and stop the cardinals winning streak. college football, usc visiting utah for the first time in 95 years. second play of the game. utah returns a fumble for a touchdown. usc falls after making a return. helped off the field and later in the second quarter he returns to make a touchdown grab. back in the end zone the 13th rank trojans win 38-28. the national hockey league is cancelling games because of a lockout. the nhl wiped out the first two weeks of the regular season which was set to begin next thursday. the two sides are at odds over how to split the nhl's $3 billion in revenue. former boston red sox pitcher curt schilling may have to part ways with that bloody sock he wore during the 2004 world series run. he's on the hook
mexico. >> right now i'm really confident in my team, confident in my management, and last but not least, i'm confident in myself. >> reporter: baumgartner will plunge further and fall faster than anybody in history. describe the red bull jump. what is it? >> within the first 30 seconds, 'm going to accelerate so fast that i'm going to break the speed of sound. >> reporter: break the speed of sound the first time ever for a person. >> yes, without aircraft, in free fall as a human person. >> reporter: baumgartner will rise in a capsule lifted by a helium balloon that's 55 stories tall at liftoff. three times bigger than any balloon ever used in the man flight. the assent will take two and a half hours. he'll jump from 120,000 feet or higher, a virtual vacuum. there's almost no air, water, or wind. the temperature will be minus 70 degrees. within 35 second, his top speed is expected to approach 700 miles per hour. mach 1. >> mach 1.0. >> shock waves are a concern. >> reporter: dr. jonathan clark, the mission's medical director, has monitored his practice jumps. the most recent in july was
. the austrian expects conditions will be right for tomorrow's jump near roswell. new mexico. at sunrise baumgartner will rise in a capsule carried by massive helium balloon and then jump from 23 miles high. he expects to reeds speech up to 7 -- reach speeds up to 700 miles an hour breaking the sound barrier as he plunges back to earth. >>> well, college student from the bay area is the proud owner o a new -- of a new car after he sank the unbelievable basketball shot. this video is from san diego state's midnight madness event last night. that's the native craig horbach. he makes a half court heave to win a new set of wheels. no word on the price make or model but it's safe to say he upstaged the actual basketball players at least for one night. what'd you say san diego state right? >> home of my aztecs. >> all right, good evening everybody. it's live it's our cbs 5 weather camera. what a difference a day makes, the abundance of sunshine and now the days that will top off in the 90s as eyewitness news continues right here on cbs 5. c dentures are very different to real teeth. they're ab
for tomorrow's jump near roswell, new mexico. they will travel to the edge of space. then he's going to jump from 23 miles high. he should reach super sonic speeds as he falls at 700 miles an hour, breaking the sound barrier. >>> we hear stories every week about silicon valley companies hiring, but what's not getting attention are all the layoffs. >> reporter: with each new product, each ground-breaking innovation, high-tech is an employment magnet. >> there is a hiring boom in silicon valley. >> reporter: chris helps high- tech workers find jobs. the tougher part is keeping those jobs. >> occupations are created and destroyed here faster than anywhere else, just like new technologies are created and destroyed faster and replaced, and they become obsolete faster than anywhere else. >> reporter: with every every new round of hiring, there are also layoffs by the thousands. the unemployment rate in the silicon valley is 8.5%, higher than the national average. >> life is not as great in silicon valley as we'd like to think. >> reporter: tom, a logistics manager, has been downsized four times. >
above new mexico's desert. the 43 austrian skydiver was about to become a human missile and plunge father and faster than anyone in history of his adescript lasted 2.5 hours in a capsule lifted by a helium balloon. the only hitch baumgartner's visor fogged up when the heater stopped working. >> i do not think i have heating. >> reporter: joe kittinger in mission control was the voice in baumgartner's ear. >> there is the world out there. >> reporter: in 1960 kittinger than an air force captain set the free fall record with a dive from 102,000 feet. he spent four years helping to train baumgartner for this minute, the plunge from 128,000 feet within 30 seconds, baumgartner's preliminary speed topped out 833 miles per hour. the first human in free fall to break the speed of sound. there was drama and danger and he went into a catastrophic topspin and regained control back at a head-down controlled position. his free fall lasted 4 minutes and 19 seconds more than one minute short of kittinger's record before his chute opened on schedule. no olympic gymnast has ever stuck a landing q
the sandwiches macon taken peanut butter made from a new mexico supplier where salmonella was found. the outbreak sickened 39 people in 19 states. none are tied to smuckers uncrustables. >>> after 80 years, "newsweek" magazine will no longer appear in print. during those nearly nine decades "newsweek" and other "newsweek"ly set the national news agenda took its toll because of the internet. "newsweek" will only be available on the internet. another sign of the changing times. >> what great covers from that magazine too. thank you. >>> coming up on the morning news, just demolition. a massive dust storm along an interstate in oklahoma. this is the "cbs morning news". with hellmann's ♪ hellmann's is the secret to making parmesan crusted chicken... [ bell dings ] crispy so juicy so delicious it's your secret to making dinner disappear hellmann's. bring out the best >>> a dust storm worthy of the old dust bowl days. a massive storm triggered by strong winds and drought conditions caused a multi-vehicle accident in northern oklahoma yesterday. the choking dust was so thick an eight mile stretc
of homeland security says a u.s. border patrol agent was killed and another wounded in a shooting near the u.s.-mexico border in arizona. the department says the agents were involved in a shooting on duty near the town of naco this morning. the wounded agent is being airlift to the hospital. as soon as we get more information we'll pass it along. >> reporter: in vallejo, a house fire destroyed half a home and injured a firefighter. three-alarm fire. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran was the first reporter on the scene and spoke with the homeowner about some daring rescue attempts. she joins us now with the latest. >> reporter: i spoke with the two people in the house. it was a father and son. and thank goodness the smoke alarms went off. they had a second security system that called them and asked them if they were okay so they were well prepared for this fire. you want to look at this damage now. the call came in around 3:15 this morning as a brush fire and half the house was in flames when firefighters got here on scene. they say the flames were up to 30 feet high. vallejo fire department had to call in
out on her. >> maybe you ought to call your father and tell him about it. >> i can't, he's in mexico with sally. >> where's mexico? >> stahl: this was your sense of it? so you blamed your father? >> steven spielberg: i did pin it on him. >> stahl: but that wasn't what really happened. >> arnold spielberg: she fell in love with another guy. >> adler: yes, with one of his friends. >> stahl: you fell in love with on of his friends. did steven know that? >> arnold spielberg: no. he didn't know that right away. he thought i divorced her. >> stahl: so, wait a minute, you fell in love with his friend. you left him, but steven blamed you. >> arnold spielberg: that's right. >> stahl: thought you had left her. >> arnold spielberg: yeah. >> stahl: and you didn't tell him? >> arnold spielberg: that's right, not for years. >> stahl: why? >> arnold spielberg: i don't know. i think i was just protecting her, because i was in love with her. >> stahl: even though she left you, you were still in love with her? >> arnold spielberg: yeah, still do. >> adler: he forgave me, i think. i was so unhappy. he
back plant from mexico." we won't move jobs overseas. in the german economy, is is beating us all to hell-- we have a $6 trillion trade deficit, and germanys had a $2 trillion wage surplus. wages of workers went up five times faster. they have 21% of their workforce in manufacturing. they found out how to work it together, management and labor work together. the governor helping small business export. corporate tax rates that make sense and help people keep good jobs at home and export more. we could adopt policies like that and get examples from within the economy. >> i want to point out these folks can still make deals. go back to the treasury debt ceiling deal last summer. remember all the brinksmanship that nearly drove our economy right into a ditch. they actually came out of that with something. exclude the sequestration. we got $1 trillion in spending cuts over a 10-year period. that's not inconsequential. that's one-fourth of the way we need to go-- >> wait a minute. it's all pushed off to beginning in 2013. they cut nothing real time in the administration's period. they j
exposed to the virus in mexico. in martinez, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> that man by the way made several international flights weeks before he died: cdc has identified nearly 5 dozen people who came in contact wit him. 23 were treated as a precaution. >>> a rude awakening for bay area drivers. jaw-dropping numbers at the gas pumps this morning after prices spiked by nearly 20 cents overnight. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec on what's fueling the surge. >> we use a lot of fuel. >> reporter: the bus driver for the cupertino school district -- >> we have to cut drivers or routes or whatever. so it does affect us very much. >> reporter: lately, filling up is stressing her out. >> well, we're thinking do we have jobs? you know? sometimes that relates to that. but i think it affects everybody in our community. >> reporter: prices have jumped an average of 37 cents in the bay area since last friday. the average in san francisco almost 4.60 for a gallon of regular. san jose, 4.54. and oakland, 5.42. >> it's just cuts down on your savings. >> reporter: in california, gas inventories are at the lowe
. the deadly shooting happened last week about five miles north of the mexico/arizona border. the border patrol agents union says agent nicholas ivie opened fire thinking the fellow agents were armed smugglers. he was killed in the return fire. >>> former penn state football coach jerry sandusky will be sentenced tomorrow. that's after a hearing determines whether or not he is a sexually violent predator. the assistant coach was at the center of a child sexual abuse scandal and convicted on 45 charges. sandusky is expected to get life in prison. >>> a farmer at the center of a deadly outbreak has issued a voluntary recall. it's being taken as a precaution because of the risk of potential contamination. the centers for disease control and prevention says there are now more than 90 confirmed cases of fungal meningitis and 7 deaths linked to steroids from the new england company. >>> new study by ucla neurophysicists shows that the sleeping brain behaves as if it was remembering something. researchers say the study helps to explain why you can more easily things you memorized the day before. it's
mexico and the desert were too strong. baumgartner hoped to become the first skydiver to break the sound barrier and shatter three world records. he is hoping to try the jump on thursday. >>> well, when it comes to losing weight for the best results, you may want to find a few good buddies. dr. kim explains why groups may be the best bet for success. >>> reporter: >> up a little bit but it could have been a lot worse. >> reporter: they cheer and clap. >> it actually went really well. >> yay! [ applause ] >> reporter: and hand out bravo points. >> so no halloween candy after, right? even when it's 75% off we're not going to do it. >> reporter: meetings are led by peers not professionals. and that's a plus. >> i'm not perfect. and i don't pretend to be pech. and i actually don't want my members to be perfect because when you expect yourself to be perfect and you -- you just can't maintain it. >> it's really true, that little bit at a time really could add up. >> yes. >> reporter: now a new nih- funded report shows how group programs led by your peers could actually be your best bet for wei
: it happened four years ago, but they recall every detail. his family vacationed in had mexico, celebrating the oldest son b.j.'s 18th birthday and high school graduation. >> we were walking. then b.j. comes up to be me and says, dad, my throat hurts. can you get me some cough drops? >> reporter: those would be the last words to his father. >> his lips are blue, he's pale gasping for air. >> reporter: he was allergic to peanuts. unknowingly ate some in his chocolate mousse that might. >> he just gets hives and we give him antihistamines and he would be okay. but this time it killed him. >> reporter: 12 million american children or one out of 12 have a food allergy. they said that half of them will have a life threatening reaction some time in their lives. the researcher at children's hospital researches this stuff. >> people could be looking normal. then within a matter of minutes if they inject that food or someone wipes it on their skin, they can have a reaction. >> reporter: the centers for disease control says that the number of the children with the food allergy doubles every two decad
. >> and it may be the cutest video you'll see all day. take a look. the newest addition to a mexico zoo. ,, >>> thought you were waking up to lightning? you weren't dreaming. lightning strikes are showing up along the coastline. more lightning to come. we'll talk about that coming up. >> i want to show you a check of our bridges across the bay area. so far, so good across the golden gate bridge. they should be doing lane changes coming up any minute. in the meantime no delay across the bay bridge or the san mateo bridge. problem-free. traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> elizabeth, thank you. >>> a mexican zoo is celebrating four precious new additions. take a look. these bengal tiger cubs made their first public appearance yesterday since being born last month. the felines were born in captivity. the cubs are in good health. the birth of three males and one female is a huge accomplishment for the zoo. bengal tigers are an endangered species. they are looking a little sedated. >> did you see that paw? about a size 14 nike there. >> and teeth. >> they are cute though. >>> ho
mexico. he was planning to go up in a helium balloon and drop 23 miles to the ground. why not? today's attempt was also ruled out because of some high winds there. so he is going to try one more time on sunday weather permitting >>> lindsay lohan and her mother have apparently made up. yesterday cameras captured the mother and daughter embracing outside lohan's childhood home in new york. earlier in the day police were called to the home after the pair had a verbal dispute in a limo. police left without making any arrest and say it was a domestic incident with no damage or injuries. >>> well, i guess you could be a hero at any age. >> we have an example from a young boy out of bakersfield. he is 10 and his name is salem palmer. he helped save the life of a schoolmate performing the heimlich maneuver. he says he helped a boy who was choking on meat. >> i was in the cafeteria and a kid was -- he was eating it while he was coming to throw his food away. then he was choking on it so i went over and did the heimlich. >> he said he as you wanted to be a paramedic and learned the life-savi
. baumgartner safely touched down in eastern new mexico. four minutes and 20 seconds later. his free fall is now the fastest and highest in history. incredible. >>> well, some special people in the bay area inspire others to go over the edge. cbs 5 reporter juliette goodrich participated in a fundraiser 51 floors up. hanging out literally in las vegas. >> and scoot your heels back a little bit. >> all right, you're going to stop right about there. that's perfect. >> yes i am. >> jewel yet going over the edge. >> it's called over the edge. for a reason. >> i've never done this before. ooh. >> two ropes, one harness, gloves, helmet, and a willing rappeller -- that's me. >> okay so at this point i just wand the kind of stay like this. but now what do i need to do? >> raise $1,000 and you get hooked on to a rope and allowed to step over the edge. raising money for special olympics athletes to keep their sports programs going in the bay area like athlete paul brooks. >> rock and roll juliette. >> and hay lee daniels. >> i love it. >> hardest part for me leaning back and letting go. i'm going past som
are trying to figure what sickened 200 people near an industrial complex in new mexico. the release of an unknown hazardous material forced evacuations. victims described a burning sensation on their skin. initial tests did not reveal anything in the air. >>> a yacht order by the late steve jobs was finally launched this week a little more than a year after the apple founder's death. the french designer who built the yacht revealed on tuesday it launched the ship near amsterdam. the vessel follows job's design request. >> disney owns "star wars." revealed plans for more "star wars" films. they paid $4 million giving control of "star wars" and indiana jones franchise. >> the "star wars" universe has more than 17,000 characters inhabiting several thousand planets and spanning 20,000 years. this gives disney infinite inspiration and opportunities to continue the epic "star wars" saga. >> which means it ain't over. disney expects to release "star wars" episode 7. followed by episodes 8 and 9. they will have theme parks, attractions and tv shows. the miami heat kicks off the nba opener.
of the jump in roswell, new mexico. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah. at one point 8 million people watched the sky dive live on youtube. that shattered the online site's record. they saw what the red bull stratus team saw here. one man's high drama in high altitude. felix baumgartner stood alone with his thoughts 24 miles above new mexico. >> you've become so humble you cannot think about breaking records anymore. the only thing that you want is you want to come back alive. >> reporter: no one had ever fallen to earth quite like this. >> there's the release. >> reporter: his climb to earth stratosphere has taken 2 1/2 hours. baumgartner inside a pressurized suit and capsule was hoisted heavenward by a 55-story helium balloon. >> fox trot 6. >> reporter: the 43-year-old austrian skydiver almost had to call it off on the way up. his visor has fogged over after a heater in his helmet quit. >> this is serious, joe. i do not think i have face heating. >> reporter: joe was joe kittinger in mission control. in 1960 kittinger left from 102,000 feet. a record that stood for 5
jose recalls every detail. his family vacation to mexico celebrating his oldest son bj's 18th birthday and high school graduation. >> we were walking and then bj, you know, he comes up to me he goes, dad, you know, my throat hurts. can you get me some cough drops? >> reporter: those would be his last words to his father. >> his lips are blue. he is all pale. he is gasping for air. >> reporter: he is allergic to peanuts and ate some in his dessert. he had accidentally eaten peanuts before. >> he would get hives and give him antihistamine. he would be okay. this time it killed him. >> reporter: 12 million american children or one in 12 have a food allergy and half will have a life-threatening reaction sometime in their lives. ' researcher at lucille packard children's hospital. >> people can look normal and then within a matter of matter of minutes if they ingest that food accidentally or someone perhaps wipes it on their skin, they can have a reaction. >> reporter: the centers for disease control says the number of children with food allergies doubles every two decades and those allerg
stolen from guy fieri just last year. >>> a new mexico hotel worker was fired for complements actress jennifer aniston. >> the hollywood mega star is there filming the movie. she was excited about meeting the star and told another guest that aniston was sweet and much more petite than he thought. one of the entourage heard the comment. >> you're excited and saying something positive about someone. it's nothing against her character or revealing anything. so it seems sort of ridiculous. >> apparently the hotel has a strict celebrity confidentiality policy. the hotel guest brought up aniston first and the employee was trying to be nice and having a conversation. he's report through considering fileing a. >>> giants come up big, how they even the score in game 2. >> talk about a come back play, the pass by peyton manning that helped the broncos seal a monster win on monday night football coming your way. e may come and feature your school on e show. >>> you can split your nomination on our web site at, and we may feature your school. ,,,, >>> welcome back, we're following this br
recent death in california was a santa barbara resident who was exposed to the virus in mexico. in martinez, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> the victim made several international flights in the weeks before his death. so the cdc is busy tracking down people who came in contact with him. some have been given post- exposure rabies shots. >>> other bay area headlines, a manhunt in the south bay for burglary suspects has been called off after the afternoon crime in east san jose. the victim's neighbor followed the suspects until they shot out his car window with what appears to be a bb gun. deputies went from yard to yard looking for the three men but could not find them. >>> driver died in a fiery crash in milpitas this morning on southbound 880 just south of the 237 interchange. chp says the driver lost control and crashed into the shoulder. the car burst into flames. the driver is not identified. chp says the car is registered to a milpitas resident. >>> san francisco's new roman catholic leader will be on probation for the next three years. archbishop salvatore cordileone pleaded guil
to break the sound barrier before he activates his parachute about 5,000 feet above the new mexico desert. plans are delayed right now due to wind. we don't know if he is going to take off or not today. >>> nasa's "curiosity" rover has scooped up the first material from the surface of mars. it collected a sandy substance and vibrated to discard any overfill. now scientists on earth plan to viewed material to try to discern its characteristics and "curiosity"'s instruments will analyze the consistency. officials are trying to figure out whether a bright object on the surface came from the rover. >> it's amazing to look at video from mars. >> no kidding. >>> 5:22 right now. it might make you think what recession? what's inside this year's high- priced christmas catalog. >> plus call it the m8trix slide. the slick moves by a yankees player right there that got our play of the day coming up. >> ,,,,,, i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in m
. about 5,000 feet above the new mexico desert. plans are on hold right now because of wind. he is estimated to hit speeds up to 700 miles per hour. >>> let's check the roads. >> it's getting nasty i guess, action. we have been dealing with a couple of couple of different problems including bad traffic now near sfo. we'll get to that in just a minute. in the meantime check the bay bridge. it really changed here in the last five minutes because those metering lights have been turned on. so we are starting to see those delays behind the pay gates. it looks like in cash and fastrak lanes now so yeah you can no longer beat the rush. these delays continue to grow. right now probably about 10 minutes or so to get on the bridge. this is the area they have been watching northbound 101 again right near sfo and 380 so yeah they have been doing some overnight paving work across the stretch. it was supposed to wrap up a while ago. caltrains crews are out there finishing up very, very shortly. in the meantime we are seeing gridlock across that stretch 12 miles per hour as you pass the airpor
and ready to take extreme athlete felix baumgartner to the stratosphere but the winds in the new mexico were just too strong. he hoped to be the first to shatter three world records and the sound barrier. he is going to try that supersonic feat on thursday. >> baumgartner's bummed. >> they are doing that in roswell, of course. [ laughter ] >> where else but roswell. >> yeah. >> going to take a little alien friend with him. [ laughter ] >> nice day. on a clear day you can see forever. we practically could. 64 at oakland at the airport in san francisco 62 degrees. and as the sun sinks slowly in the west, there's a few drops out there offshore that might affect us in the next 24 hours. we'll show you that. warming on thursday and weekend in the low 80s. september and october if you like nice weather. nationally that first breath of old man winter is moving into the northern plains, eastern seaboard is frosty and cold and wet so let's think warm thought by heading to hawaii where the surf is up big time. and awahoo on the north shore at sunset beach they had towering waves up to 20 feet waves so
not to eat the peanut butter sandwiches made by a mexico supplier where salmonella was found. the outbreak sickened 35 people in 19 states. none tied to smuckers uncrustables. definitely don't want to send your kid off to school with that. >> no. >> my coworker has a sore neck. >> not from texting but it hurts. >> reporter: i'm concerned for my health as well to be honest with you because doctors do say that more and more peek are coming down with texting thumb a form of tendinitis in the thumb. experts say texters are experiencing all kinds of problems with neck and back pain, numbness, headaches. i have all those going on by the way. they suggest that after 10 minutes of texting, you take a 15-minute break and stretch. and i'm telling you, this thing is like glued to my hand. >> i have an idea. why don't we just call people? >> we don't call people anymore. >> no. >> text away, you know? >> reporter: when someone calls, i'm like what?! they say i just want to talk. >> i don't have time for this. >> all right, ashley. text you later. >> reporter: i'll text you back. [ laughter ] >> thank
mexico. he'd lived in this house with a wood burning stove for 40 years. and all this time, he had been working as a day laborer-- demolition, roofing, heavy construction. he also managed to get a degree in philosophy. rodriguez didn't know his records had been selling like wildfire in south africa. he'd never seen a penny. then, in 1998, his fans invited him to tour south africa. he and his three daughters had no idea limos would be waiting for them at the airport. regan is his youngest daughter. >> regan rodriguez: i only assumed the limousines were for some dignitary or celebrity, someone that we should stay out of the way of. but instead, they were for my father. ( cheers and applause ) >> simon: regan said she expected 20, maybe 30 people to show up at his concert. there were 5,000. and when rodriguez stepped out onto the stage, they wouldn't let him start singing, not for ten minutes. ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪ >> regan rodriguez: for them to see him, when they thought he had died, it was like they had a chance to see some type of resurrection. ( cheers and applause ) >> rod
parachutists, and there was a remote control system and so the airplane was flown from, it was down in mexico over to the crash site and then the three pilots transferred control of the airplane over to a remote control system and they parachuted out and then a chase airplane that was operating the airplane by remote control crashed it into the desert. >> and what happens on impact crashing into the desert. >> it was pretty dramatic. the nose and cockpit buckled under the airplane and was basically run over by the aircraft. the first ten rows of seats were completely destroyed. and the rest of the fuselage remained intact. >> wow. so the lesson from this is where is the best place to sit? >> yeah. well, you know, we measured the forces as they come up through the aircraft flow and into the seats and the passengers. of course the first ten rows were completely destroyed so they would have been nonsurvivable. area just behind that but in front of the wing had potential for serious injury but was survivable. and then over the wing it was moderate injuries and survivable. and then in the back was
permitting, felix bomgardner tries to set a world record with a 23-mile sky dive over new mexico and penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky is sentenced after being convicted on charges of child sexual abuse. wednesday the supreme court is expected to revis it the debate over affirmative action as a factor in college admissions. the nobel prizes are handed out all this week. culminating with the nobel peace prize awarded friday in oslo. saturday the american league and national league championship series get underway. >> jump in the water. no! we're in the middle of the ocean. >> osgood: the first presidential debate in colorado on wednesday night sparked a new round of opinions about the election. including one from our contributor ben stein. >> every so often i see something that deeply moves me about being an american. it could be a bald eagle soaring above a lake in north idaho. it could be a crowd at a baseball game. all different races and faces all having a happy time. the first presidential debate this year was one of those great moments. in a campaign that's been boring and na
life. endeavor will be on display at the california science museum. in new mexico felix baumgartner it's try and try again. weather permitting, today could be the day he attempts to become the first skydiver to break the sound barrier. actor gary collins has died. although he had dozens of film and tv roles, he's perhaps best known for his years as master of ceremonies for the miss america pageant. gary collins was 74. the opening game of the american league championship series last night, the detroit tigers led the new york yankees 4-0 going into the bottom of the ninth inning only to see their lead disappear in dramatic fashion with two, two-run homers but in the 12th the tigers scored twice to win 6-4. the yankees lost not only the game but also their captain shortstop derek jeerter suffered a fractured ankle. the national league championship series between the giants and the st. louis cardinals starts tonight in san francisco. now for today's forecast. a general warm-up is underway across much of the country with some storms likely from texas up to new england. the warmer weather w
shipped jobs to china and mexico. >> he describes him as a corporate raider. you know, bane capital, whatever you can say about it, they were not corporate raiders. >> reporter: and this ad from a group that is opposed to the president's re-election has earned four pinocchio. >> the obama administration admitted the truth that 2.3 billion dollars of tax credits went overseas while millions of americans can't find a job. >> reporter: is is that true? no, no, virtually nothing in this ad is correct >> reporter: but no matter what the fact-checkers say the candidates often continue to make false claims. governor romney in tuesday's debate. >> a rerecent study has shown the people in the middle class will see $4,000 a year higher taxes as a result of spending and borrowing of this administration >> reporter: glen said that statement had three pinocchios. an obama camp ad claiming that romney's former company invested in a chinese manufacturer that took american jobs. >> newly published documents show mitt romney's firms were pioneers at helping companies outsource their manufacturing >>
. captions by: caption colorado >> a professor at the university of new mexico has developed a dissolvable mouth strip that can leave the pain caused when a person burns the top of their mouth eating pizza. finally an alternative to waiting a minute. just wait a minute. >>> hard to wait a minute, norah when the cheese is staring at you calling your name. >> exactly. when its melting. welcome back, everybody to cbs "this morning." traditional stores may be losing ground to online competitors so with the holidays coming up they are fighting back. >> target and best buy are offering to match the online prices of many products and other big chains have other ideas. jack otter executive editor of cbs is watching the competition and can sort it all out for us. i'm thinking this is good news for the customer. >> it is. bad news for the store. it's a sign of desspar ration. best buy is on the ropes. they said okay whatever those guys are doing our competition is killing us we'll match the price. the problem is what people are doing they walk into a best b
to this country as immigrants. my dad was born in mexico of american parents. ann's dad was born in whales and is a first generation american. we welcome legal immigrants into this country. i want our legal system to work better. i want it to be streamlined. it it to be clearer. i don't think you should have to hire a lawyer to figure out how to get into this country legally. i also think we should give visas to people, green cards, rather, to people who graduate with skills that we need. people around the world with accredited degrees in science and math, get a green card stapled to their diploma, come to the u.s. of a. we should make sure our legal system works. number two, we're going to have to stop illegal immigration. there are four million people who are waiting in line to get here legally. those who have come here illegally take their place. so i will not grant amnesty those who come here illegally. i will put in place an employment verification system and make sure employers who hire people who have come here illegally are sanctioned for doing so. i won't put in place magnets for
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